At the start of the first of the four qualifying races there will also be three horses bred in Italy, two of which are still owned by local stables. It is about Tessy D’Ete, Traders is Tony Gio. The first two on the track with ambitions, but above all to refine the condition; the other to reiterate a more interesting form that in mid-September also allowed him to beat the world-class Bold Eagle.
The race is also important, and above all, because the top three finishers will win the right to participate in the Prix d’Amerique. Two other Italian candidates like Vitruvio and Vivid Wise As will not be part of the game, which we will see again later, as well as Ringostarr Treb and Cockstile (Norwegian, but Italian-owned) who have already announced they will be aiming for the Great Race at the end of January.
In particular Cockstile will certainly be at the start of the second qualifying "B": The Prix du Bourbonnaise scheduled on December 8th.